Grilled Pizza

We have been making these grilled pizza’s my whole life, so I am not really sure where the recipe came from! They are so easy and customizable, the whole family will be happy! These are also great for a party, whenever we get to have those again. 😝 Ingredients… Rhodes frozen dinner rolls Flour OliveContinue reading “Grilled Pizza”

4 Shaving Cream Activities

Shaving cream is a fun, messy, inexpensive, sensory thing to play with! It is so light and fluffy, and hides things great. It is fun to squish in your hands, scoop, and mix it all up. If your child has sensitive skin, these activities might not be for you. That being said, shaving cream isContinue reading “4 Shaving Cream Activities”

Three Oobleck Activities

Oobleck is such a fun and MESSY activity! So easy to put together only needing 2 ingredients, you are bound to have some messy fun! Why I say yes to mess…. Creating a space to be messy allows your child to have a full sensory experience, and explore their creativity. If Asher wants to smearContinue reading “Three Oobleck Activities”

4/18 Meal Plan

This week has flown by, I’m not entirely sure what has happened. One thing I do know, is that we ate yummy food. Asher is so busy it is really keeping me on my toes! I’m a little lost for words this week so I’m going to get right to it. A quick recap onContinue reading “4/18 Meal Plan”

Herb Turkey Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries

These herb turkey burgers have become such a staple in our house. So much so that I always double the recipe and freeze half for an easy dinner down the line. When we first started making them we just did the burgers, then we added bacon, then the sriracha aioli, and then an egg. WeContinue reading “Herb Turkey Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries”

DIY Cardboard Puzzles

Asher has become a puzzle maniac! So I am always looking for a way to keep his little puzzle brain moving. This project was definitely an effort, but the results were great and it’s an activity we can keep doing over and over. I will probably throw them into a bag and keep them withContinue reading “DIY Cardboard Puzzles”